New 2-Year Masters with Industry at Swansea University

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New 2-Year Masters with Industry at Swansea University

6 June 2019

Swansea University recently opened a two year masters programme with placement option for September 2019 entry. The new MSc with Industry course is offered with the following programmes:

  • MSc Advanced Computer Science
  • MSc Computer Modelling and Finite Elements in Engineering Mechanics
  • MSc Electronic and Electrical Engineering
  • MSc Materials Engineering
  • MSc Mechanical Engineering

During the second year of study, students can choose between an industry placement or an industry focused project to work on a real life challenge undertaken in collaboration with one or several industrial partners. These programmes will give international students an opportunity to work in collaboration with industry in the UK and gain valuable work experience. Scholarship upto £3000 for the first year is also available on the above mentioned courses. Entry requirements for the course are a minimum of 2:1 degree in relevant disciplines.

If you are interested in studying a Masters with Industry at Swansea University and need help applying, book a free consultation with SI-UK today.

 

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  • Swansea University

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